Jennifer of printmakerjenn

May 19th, 2008 by Andreanna

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Jennifer is a fellow stay at home mommy who uses her little ones nap time to create. Her paintings range from whimisical to just beautiful. You can also keep up with her work on her blog, Popwheel . And now with the interview:
What…is your name?
Jennifer Comstock
printmakerjenn on Etsy

What…do you make?
Watercolor paintings mostly. My shop features original watercolors and prints of paintings and digital illustrations.

What… is your favorite color?
Currently pink is my favorite color.

What… is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow? (Ok you really don’t have to answer this one.)
No idea. (me neither which is why I’m asking :D)

What … is your main influence?
Vintage images, children’s book illustrations, little pink cupcakes.

Where… is your shop?
printmakerjenn.etsy.com

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